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Meghan and Harry’s REAL honeymoon destination REVEALED – but officials warn it’s DANGEROUS

The smitten pair will wed on Saturday, May 19 before being whisked off to a £500-a-night hideaway a massive 8,400 miles away.

It is reported the couple have settled on a luxury lodge in Namibia, south-west Africa for their Royal Wedding aftermath.

Harry is said to have contacted lodge company Natural Selection to organise an adventure in the remote, barren country.

He could be hoping to take Meghan to one of Natural Selection’s newest attractions – the Hoanib Valley Camp.

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REVEALED: Meghan and Harry’s dangerous honeymoon destination has been revealed

A four-hour drive by car from the nearest town, the lodge is still being built – but is coincidently due to be completed in May.

Harry and Meghan have also been advised to use a number of different lodges to keep people guessing about their whereabouts, Mail Online reports.

But the Foreign Office’s advice for Brit travellers warns that Namibia is ridden with street crime and not a place to be at night.

The latest advice, posted in January and updated today, reads: “Avoid driving outside towns at night as wildlife and stray livestock pose a serious hazard.

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“There is a growing level of violent street crime affecting foreign tourists, particularly in Windhoek.

“If travelling along the Zambezi region, stick to the well-travelled routes.

You should carry identification with you at all times. Unless you need to have your passport with you for immigration purposes or passing through security checkpoints, leave it in your hotel safe and carry a photocopy for ID.”

Despite being dangerous, Namibia is one of the least populated places in the world, home to the planet’s highest sand dunes and the deepest canyon in Africa.

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